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    Hibiscus sabdariffa - relative to okra. flower buds make 'red tea', leaves edible, too. "sorrel"

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    • Ann Heinzer

      Hibiscus sabdariffa - relative to okra. flower buds make 'red tea', leaves edible, too. "sorrel"

    • Cindy Offenstein

      Grow it! Eat it!: Hibiscus sabdariffa

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